Book before 30 April and get a special Early Bird price!
These are the NACS 2023 Conference prices
All the conference tickets include the following: NACS 2023 Complete Programme (28 September – 1 October), Welcome Meet and Greet (Thursday), Conference Pass Friday – Sunday, Reception at townhall (Friday), lunch (Friday and Saturday).
PRICES (in NOK, 100 NOK is about 10 Euro)
- EARLY BIRD, NOK 3925, can be booked till 30 April, but please not there is a limited number of tickets.
- STANDARD, NOK 4960, these tickets can be booked till 31 August.
- LATE ARRIVAL, NOK 5995, this will be the price if you book after 31 August.
PLEASE NOTE that if you want to take part in the reception at the townhall you have to add that on to your ticket when you book the conference. The reception is included in the price, but you have to confirm that you want to take part.
IMPORTANT: No refunds. Tickets will not be refunded unless the event is cancelled.
The official NACS dinner on Saturday is not included in the conference fee. You have to book the dinner before 31 August, or an additional charge will be added. (Spouses, partners etc. are welcome but must be accompanied by congress participants.)
OFFICIAL NACS dinner, NOK 1100.
The price includes transport from city centre to venue and back, 3 meals course, welcome drink and dinner show. The price does not include any alcohol. The menu: Beetroot marinated smoked trout, potato terrine, asparagus salad, chive emulsion. Halibut seasoned with mango and chilli, sweet potato puree, guacamole and roasted paprika. Lemon curd, raspberry & meringue. (Allergens: Fish, egg). If you prefer an vegetarian menu, please specify that when ordering the dinner. You can ask for a vegetarian menu by chosing an "addon" when you buy the ticket.
GET TO KNOW THE 2023 NACS CITY:
Please not that all tours require a minimum of 25 participants. All tours take place Sunday 1 October in the afternoon. Specific time is to be confirmed.
Vigelandsparken/Akershus festning (3 hours) NOK 325.
Guided bus tour to Vigelandsparken and Akershus Fortress. Vigelandsparken: Sculpture Park in the Frogner Park with more than 200 sculptures by Gustav Vigeland (1869–1943) in bronze, granite and cast iron, including The Angry Boy (Sinnataggen) The Monolith (Monolitten) and The Wheel of Life (Livets hjul). Vigeland was also responsible for the design and architectural outline of the park, which is one of Norway's top tourist attractions, with more than one million annual visitors.
Guided city walk / Opera house (3 hours) NOK 325.
Guided city tour from OsloMet, with a guided tour of the Opera. Oslo's Opera House is located right at the harbour, with an angled, white exterior that appears to rise from the water. It invites its visitors to climb its roof and enjoy panoramic views of Oslo and the fjord, all year round. Large-scale windows at street level provide the public with glimpses of rehearsals and workshop activities. The building's interior is mainly oak, and the main hall is shaped like a horseshoe, reminiscent of classical theatres of the past. The opera is designed by the Norwegian architecture firm Snøhetta and has received several prestigious awards.
Guided tour Ekeberg sculpture park, Opera house roof, Munch Museum, bus, (3
hours) NOK 325.
Guided tour Ekeberg sculpture park, the opera roof and the Munch Museum. Ekebergparken: A few minutes outside Oslo City Center by tram lies the Ekebergparken sculpture park. The park combines its long history, beautiful nature, stunning views and impressive sculptures in a unique way. The artworks that are spread around the whole park are by internationally renowned artists like Louise Bourgeois, James Turrell, Dan Graham, Sarah Lucas, Damien Hirst and Roni Horn. MUNCH - the new Munch Museum: Edward Munch was one of Modernism's most significant artists. His tenacious experimentation within painting, graphic art, drawing, sculpture, photography and film has given him a unique position in Norwegian as well as international art history. In 2008, the City of Oslo promoted an architectural competition for a new Munch Museum in the area of Bjørvika, a new urban development where the Oslo Opera House is also located. The competition was won in 2009 by Spanish architect Juan Herrerosand.
sauna cruise, from Langkaia, 2 hours. NOK 630.
The KOK experience is a warm embrace reserved for everyone - a natural symbiosis, hot mixed with cold, inside, and out. A feast for the senses with a crackling fireplace, fragrant steam, relaxation and fresh fjord experiences.